Classification: Appellation Médoc Contrôlée
Region: Situated on the left bank of the Gironde estuary
Grape Varieties: 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot
Soil: Sand and gravel
Climate: Oceanic, mild and humid
Vinification: De-stalked grapes – alcoholic fermentation in vats at high temperature (30-32°C) with daily
pumping over – maceration (3 weeks) – malolactic fermentation in vats – the wine is aged in
French oak barrels for 6 months.
Viticulture: Sorting of the grapes. Low yields, hand tending, careful selection and minimal interference in the
natural ripening of the grapes.
Appearance: Deep cherry red colour.
Nose: Fruit driven with red and black berries (redcurrant, black cherry) and seductive minty notes and
Palate: Full bodied, with harmonious fruity aromas, present and ripe tannins and a long aftertaste.
Food Matches: Wild mushroom risotto, pasta dishes, grilled duck, strong cheeses and chocolate desserts– Best at
Delicious bouquet, very perfumed and subtle with hints of fruits, oak and spice.
Bronze Medal – HK General Chamber of Wine & Spirits 2017– HK 2014 vintage
Bronze Medal – IWC 2016 – UK 2014 vintage
TOP 100 BORDEAUX 2013/ BORDEAUX FUR ALLE – Germany (2010 vintage)
“Commended” – International Wine Challenge 2010 – UK – vintage 2008
Selected in Guide Hachette 2016 – France (2012 vintage)
92 points – Excellent, Highly Recommended – Ultimate Wine Challenge 2015– USA (2012
★ ★ ★– by Sean Wood – The Chronicle Herald – April 2013– Canada – 2009 vintage